Renfrewshire Council has applied to become an Accredited Living Wage Employer, underlining its commitment to tackling poverty and supporting economic regeneration. Read more
Aiming Higher for Renfrewshire awards help at the Normandy Hotel
Renfrewshire’s employability stars have been honoured at a glittering ceremony at the Normandy Hotel. Read more
Paisley South local development plan online consultation has begun
Renfrewshire Council has chosen an area of land to the south of Paisley has been identified as a possible new community. Read more
Renfrewshire Council My Account service a hit with residents
Renfrewshire Council bosses are encouraging residents to sign up for a new online digital service for customers which is already proving a big hit with locals. Read more
Hundreds turn out to pay tribute to our Armed Forces
Residents from Renfrewshire and Inverclyde gathered to celebrate Armed Forces Day with a special service at Paisley Abbey. Read more
Two leading lights in the Scottish literary scene are joining up to raise awareness of the degenerative brain disorder Huntington’s disease (HD). Read more
MP Mhairi Black welcomes fall in unemployment
New figures show 173 more people are in work in this area compared to this time last year. Read more
Book fines amnesty helps fill foodbank shelves
Scores of people with overdue library books dodged a fine by making a donation to their local foodbank. Read more
Over 200 Air Weapons Surrendered in Renfrewshire during amnesty
A total of 235 unwanted air weapons were handed in to Police in Renfrewshire since the beginning of Police Scotland’s surrender campaign which commenced on 23th May 2016. Read more
Glasgow Airport exceeds nine million passengers and records busiest May on record
Glasgow Airport, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, created history after it exceeded nine million passengers during a rolling 12 month period for the first time in its history. Read more